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Image of Cosmos bipinnatus

James H. Schutte

(Common Cosmos)

Cosmos ‘Versailles Tetra’ displays huge pink and rose daisies atop bushy plants throughout the summer. A member of the Versailles Series, it was developed from a showy annual species native to fields and open areas of Mexico, and is notable for its exceptionally large flowers.

Growing quickly from seed, the tall, many-branched stems of this plant are lined with feathery, very finely divided, light to medium green foliage. A profusion of large, bowl-shaped daisies top the stems throughout the...

(Common Cosmos, Early Wonder Cosmos)

Common cosmos is a tall, bushy, annual native to fields and open areas of Mexico. This showy species has yielded numerous cultivars throughout the years and has become a beautiful and well-known standby of summer gardens around the world.

Like many annuals, this favorite garden flower grows quickly from seed. Its branched stems are lined with feathery, finely divided, light to medium green leaves that are attractive in and of themselves. A profusion of showy daisies top the stems throughout...

Image of Cosmos bipinnatus (PSYCHE SERIES) photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Common Cosmos, Psyche Cosmos)

Common cosmos is a tall, bushy, annual native to fields and open areas of Mexico. This showy species has yielded numerous cultivars throughout the years and has become a beautiful and well-known standby of summer gardens around the world.

Like many annuals, this favorite garden flower grows quickly from seed. Its branched stems are lined with feathery, finely divided, light to medium green leaves that are attractive in and of themselves. A profusion of showy daisies top the stems throughout...

Image of Cosmos bipinnatus (SEASHELLS SERIES) photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Common Cosmos)

The eye-catching blossoms of Seashells Series cosmos feature unique, tubular petals, adding a distinctive charm to bouquets and summer gardens. This strain was developed from a showy annual species native to fields and open areas of Mexico.

Growing quickly from seed, the many-branched stems of these bushy plants are lined with feathery, very finely divided, light to medium green foliage. A profusion of large, colorful daisies bloom in shades of white, pink, rose and carmine throughout the summer....

Image of Cosmos bipinnatus (SENSATION SERIES) photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Common Cosmos)

Sensation Series cosmos offer multitudes of big, single, pastel-hued daisies on bushy, carefree plants throughout the summer. This strain was developed from a showy annual species native to fields and open areas of Mexico, and is notable for its earlier flowering habit.

Growing quickly from seed, the tall, many-branched stems of these plants are lined with feathery, very finely divided, light to medium green foliage. A profusion of large, bowl-shaped daisies top the stems throughout the summer....

Image of Cosmos bipinnatus (SONATA SERIES) photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Common Cosmos)

These low-growing cosmos display large, colorful daisies atop dwarf, bushy plants throughout the summer. The Sonata Series was developed from a showy annual native to fields and open areas of Mexico, and is much shorter in stature than typical of the species.

Growing quickly from seed, the many-branched stems of these cosmos are densely lined with feathery, very finely divided, light to medium green foliage. A profusion of large, bowl-shaped daisies top the stems throughout the summer. They...

Image of Cosmos bipinnatus (VERSAILLES SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Common Cosmos)

Cosmos in the Versailles Series display huge, colorful daisies atop tall, bushy plants throughout the summer. This strain was developed from a showy annual species native to fields and open areas of Mexico, and is notable for its exceptionally large flowers.

Growing quickly from seed, the tall, many-branched stems of these plants are lined with feathery, very finely divided, light to medium green foliage. A profusion of large, bowl-shaped daisies top the stems throughout the summer. They are...

Image of Cosmos sulphureus photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Golden Cosmos, Sulphur Cosmos)

Golden cosmos is a tall, fast growing annual originating from Mexico that displays sunny, golden-yellow daisies in summer. Its upright, branching stems are lined with ferny, deeply divided foliage. They are topped throughout summer by many single, yellow to yellow-orange, bowl-shaped flowers which are visited by butterflies. The blooms are composed of showy ray petals surrounding a central button of yellow disc flowers, and are followed by sharp, star-like clusters of brown seeds.

This colorful,...

Image of Cosmos sulphureus

James H. Schutte

(Sulphur Cosmos)

This cosmos mixture adds brilliancy to the summer garden with its jewel-like flowers of orange, red and yellow. Bright Lights series cosmos are more compact and offer a wider range of colors than the species, a tall annual native to fields and open areas of Mexico. These colorful plants are suitable as bedding annuals, in wildflower gardens, or for filling gaps in well-drained mixed borders.

The upright, branching stems of these bushy plants are lined with ferny, deeply divided, rich green...

Image of Cosmos sulphureus

James H. Schutte

(Cosmic Mix Cosmos, Sulphur Cosmos)

The prolific, flame-colored flowers of ‘Cosmic Mix’ cosmos add brilliancy to the summer garden. Plants in this series were developed from golden cosmos, a tall annual species native to fields and open areas of Mexico, and are notable for their vigor, compact size and free-flowering habit. They are ideal for use as bedding annuals, in wildflower gardens, or for filling gaps in well-drained mixed borders.

The upright, branching stems of these dwarf, bushy plants are lined with ferny, deeply divided,...